Krider World's Fair Garden Park
Krider World’s Fair Garden: (302 W. Bristol Avenue) The Krider Nursery 1934 World’s Fair exhibit is the genesis of Middlebury’s historical and botanical park and has been restored to reflect the history of the nursery and its effect on the community. Quaint walking paths, iconic structures, botanical gardens, the Quilt Garden exhibit, and historical preservation offer a beautiful backdrop for weddings, photography, and special events. This park serves as a charming rest area for Pumpkinvine Nature Trail users. Facilities include waterfalls and pond, picnic tables, viewing benches, gazebo, and a swing arbor. Acres: 2.4Enjoy these YouTube videos about Krider Gardens:
Quilt Garden is one of almost two dozen Quilt Gardens located in seven communities in Northern Indiana Amish Country. Each Quilt Garden is planted in a unique quilt pattern that changes each year.
lives of the people of Middlebury.
The Sunrise Bench is a replica of the one used in the Krider Exhibit
at the Chicago World's fair.
The Swing Arbor
The Rose Garden
Statue of Hebe